I am a political philosopher based at the University of Manitoba, where I am a Research Facilitator in the social sciences and humanities, a Sessional Instructor in the Departments of Political Studies and Philosophy, and an Associate of the Centre for Professional and Applied Ethics. From January 2017-August 2018, I was a post-doctoral research fellow in the Department of Law at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF), working as part of an ERC Consolidator Grant project on Family Justice, led by Serena Olsaretti. Prior to arriving at UPF, I completed a D.Phil in political theory at the University of Oxford, where I wrote a dissertation titled “Procreative Justice: The Ethics of Creating and Raising Children.” I work on a variety of issues related to intergenerational and family justice, though I am particularly interested in the ethics of procreative decision-making. I am currently working on a book titled Procreative Justice: Balancing the Interests of Parents, Children, and Society (under contract to Routledge), as well as a range of papers on the morality of procreation, parenthood, and disability, the details of which can be found here. My research has appeared in Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, Bioethics, Social Theory and Practice, Journal of Value Inquiry, as well as an edited volume from Oxford University Press.